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Supertech Twin Towers demolition: SC extends deadline to August 28 from May 22

The top court has directed Noida’s authority to file a status report on compliance of the Court’s order

Supertech Twin Towers demolition: SC extends deadline to August 28 from May 22
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As Noida braces itself to see the demolition of the Supertech twin towers in Sector 93A, the Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to grant three more months for the demolition of the 40-storey towers in Emerald Court project.

At the request of the demolition agency, Edifice Engineering, the apex court granted time until August 28th, 2022.

Earlier, the Supreme Court had granted time for the demolition of towers until May 22nd.

The apex court's order came after Supertech filed an application through its interim resolution professional seeking an extension of the deadline of May 22 on the request made by demolition agency Edifice Engineering.

The top court has directed Noida's authority to file a status report on compliance of the Court's order.

In its August 31 judgment last year, the Supreme Court had ordered the demolition of the twin towers, Apex and Cayenne, with nearly 915 flats.

Edifice Engineering, a Mumbai-based demolition agency, has been tasked with bringing down both the towers in approximately "nine seconds".

Of the two towers Apex, the taller one is 103 m and Cayene, the smaller one is 97 metres.

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